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Hi this is Srikanth from India.
can u help me to solve the problem.
I would like to change the buttor color in Delphi.
Is there any way for this?
Alas, you can't change the color of a Delphi button. Delphi's
buttons have the same color as Windows' buttons. This color depends
from the Windows version (XP, 2000, 98,...) and from what might have
been changed by the user in Windows' "Display Properties".
There is no standard Delphi method to make a button "flash" (such as for example Button1.Flash). But you could imitate flashing by showing and hiding the button's caption (text) every so many milliseconds, under program control. If you are interested in this, let me know and I'll figure out some source code :)
Second solution: imitate a colored button. Use a TPanel component instead, it also has OnClick, OnMouseDown and OnMouseUp events just like a button has, but it also has a Color property.
In the OnMouseDown event handler, change the panel's appearance: change the BevelOuter property to bvLowered, and restore it to bvRaised appearance when OnMouseUp comes. If you want to try this, let me know and I'll cook up some code :)
Last possibility: get a custom button component that has a color property. There are several freeware colored buttons around on the web.
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